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ATRI Seeks Details on Fuel Use The American Transportation Research Institute, in conjunction with the University of Michigan Transportation Research study Institute and ExxonMobil, have actually launched an online study seeking fleet supervisor input on fuel economy and fuel usage. The survey will be examining current and future methods to improving fuel economy in durable (Classes 7 and 8) truck fleets. Existing and future trends in fuel-saving technologies and techniques in today’s trucking fleets will be recorded. Additionally, fleet managers’ views on the benefits and drawbacks of alternative fuels will be analyzed. The outcomes of this research will help inform truck producers, fuel suppliers, fleet managers, policy makers and others with an interest in sturdy truck innovation patterns. The findings will likewise help supply a much better understanding of the benefits and drawbacks connected with different fuels and fuel-saving technologies in durable fleets. “Fuel continues to be one of the leading operating expenses for trucking business. Comprehending fleet mindsets towards fuel-saving innovations and alternative fuels will help identify where opportunities and challenges lie. I motivate fleet managers throughout the industry to take a few minutes to finish the study,” stated Duke Drinkard, energy manager for Southeastern Freight Lines and a member of ATRI’s Research study Advisory Committee. The confidential online survey is available till July 1 and can be accessed here. Individuals who finish the survey can get a copy of the final report later this summer. Source: American Transportation Research Institute Today, seven northeastern states’ departments of transportation ended up being the very first in … The American Transportation Research study Institute, in combination with the University of Michigan … That National Transport Security Board has released a require enhanced safety-related …
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“> See all stories on this subject FLEET SERVICES -Mechanic II (Truck and Transportation)[ Year Round] POSITION POSTING FLEET SERVICES MECHANIC II (Truck and Transportation) Under Short article 13 of the Collective Contract in between the Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal and the Canadian Union of Public Worker, Local 1867, the following opportunity is being posted: LOCATION: Antigonish –– Zones 4,5,6,7,8,9 WORK GROUP: Fleet Solutions POSITION: Mechanic II (Truck and Transportation) [Year Round] VARIETY OF POSITIONS: One (1) RATE OF PAY: $24.43 per hour PUBLISHING DATE: June 10, 2016 CLOSING DATE: June 24, 2016 at 4:30 pm COMPETITORS NUMBER: CUPE-16011GW-CB Please price quote the competitors number as noted above on your application. Responsibilities: Under the basic supervision of the Fleet Service Planner, the Mechanic II diagnoses devices failure, repair works, restores and makes modifications to a range of federal government mobile equipment and equipment used to perform road maintenance activities for both summer and winter operations. Utilizes specialized tools and equipment situated at a federal government facility created and geared up for mechanical work, aids with field repair works as required, and other associated tasks as needed to complete devices repair works, modifications and/or preventative upkeep. Work is performed in a mechanical repair environment occasioned by noise, smoke and gas fumes and at times negative climate condition while operating in a field environment. Considerable standing, lifting, carrying or moving about within or outside is needed. Qualifications: Applicants need to have effectively finished Grade 12 and Provincial Certificate of Qualification in the Truck and Transportation Trade plus 5 (5) years of diversified mechanical experience is needed. Provincial Certificate of Certification in Heavy Duty Devices and Air Conditioning Accreditation are possessions. A knowledge of computer system controlled diagnostic technology and computer system proficiency are possessions. The effective conclusion of training and understanding of …
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